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Dust settles over the rubble of Tokyo. What emerges, for better or worse, will define the next generation of mutantkind. PLUS, as the survivors return to Utopia, there is a reckoning between Wolverine and Teon. One way or the other, it's another unforgettable issue of Generation Hope.

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To my delight, we were treated to some character development this issue...as well as an explanation of the powers of four of the five lights! Out of the four, only one of them was at all surprising- Teon (a very uncommon name) retains the basic cognitive functioning of an ordinary human being, he's merely chosen to pay attention to his primal instincts (what with their being stronger than the average human's). Makes you wonder not only how intelligent he was to begin with, but also exactly what'...

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